Gardaí search for missing Dublin man Greg Ward

Gardaí search for missing Dublin man Greg Ward

Gardaí have asked for the public’s help in finding Dublin man Greg Ward.

The 31-year-old has been reported missing from the Hillcrest area in Lucan, Co Dublin.

He was last seen in Blanchardstown last Sunday.

Greg is described as being 6'2" in height. He has a large amount of tattoos and piercings over his body.

When last seen, Greg was wearing dark clothing.

Gardaí are concerned for Greg’s welfare and anyone with information is asked to contact Lucan Garda Station on 01 6667300, The Garda Confidential Line 1800 666111 or any Garda Station.


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